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Sweet pittosproum

Pittosporum undulatum


An Australian native... Pittosporum undulatum is a tree growing to 15m tall with wavy (undulating) leaf edges. It is sometimes also known known as sweet pittosporum, native daphne, Australian cheesewood, Victorian box or mock orange.


Springbrook National Park

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Vinny 9 years ago
Sweet pittosproum
Pittosporum undulatum

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Vinny 9 years ago

No worries, we spend a lot of time removing them from bushland around Melbourne. They do look nice growing within their traditional range though.

pamsai 9 years ago

thanks Vinny...

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Queensland, Australia

Spotted on Sep 15, 2014
Submitted on Sep 28, 2014

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